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        IMMEDIATELY PRECEDING THE REGULAR CITY COUNCIL MEETING, 
                THE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION WILL CONVENE
    TO DISCUSS ASSESSMENTS OF VARIOUS BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT DISTRICTS:
          COLLEGE VIEW MAINTENANCE BID; HAVELOCK MAINTENANCE
             BID; NORTH 27TH STREET MAINTENANCE BID; SOUTH
       STREET MAINTENANCE BID; UNIVERSITY PLACE MAINTENANCE BID


         ACTION FROM THE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION TO BE HELD
                 MONDAY, APRIL 25, 2016, 5:30 P.M.

                 ALL MEMBERS PRESENT EXCEPT LAMM

1.   Call to Order

2.   College View Maintenance Business Improvement District 
     generally extending from: South 48th Street between 
     Calvert Street and Pioneers Boulevard. (APPROVED, 6-0)
	      Testimony by Staff
              Questions of Council to Staff
              Testimony by Public

3.   North 27th Street Maintenance Business Improvement District 
     generally extending  from: North 26th Street on the west to 
     North 28th Street on the east and from the centerline of O 
     Street on the north to Fair Street on the south primarily 
     including those properties abutting North 27th Street.
     (APPROVED, 6-0)
              Testimony by Staff
              Questions of Council to Staff
              Testimony by Public

4.   South Street Maintenance Business Improvement  District
     generally extending  from:  South Street from the alley 
     west of 9th Street east to 19th Street. (APPROVED, 6-0)
              Testimony by Staff
              Questions of Council to Staff
              Testimony by Public

5.   Havelock Street Maintenance Business Improvement  District
     generally extending  from:  Havelock Avenue from Cornhusker
     Highway on the west to 64th Street on the east.
     (APPROVED, 6-0)
              Testimony by Staff
              Questions of Council to Staff
              Testimony by Public

6.   University Place Maintenance Business Improvement District
     generally extending along North 48th Street from 
     Colby Street on the South to the Half Block North of Adams 
     Street on the North and along Saint Paul Avenue from North 
     47th Street to North 50th Street. (APPROVED, 6-0)
              Testimony by Staff
              Questions of Council to Staff
              Testimony by Public

7.   Voting Session

8.   Adjourn sine die.  5:37 P.M.


        ACTION FROM THE REGULAR CITY COUNCIL MEETING TO BE HELD
                  MONDAY, APRIL 25, 2016 AT 5:30 P.M.

		    ALL MEMBERS PRESENT EXCEPT LAMM


                PUBLIC HEARING - CONSENT AGENDA
Anyone wishing to address an item on the Consent Agenda may do so at this time

REPORTS OF CITY OFFICERS

 1)            Clerk's Letter and Mayor's Approval of Resolution and
               Ordinances Passed by City Council on April 11, 2016. 
               (PLACED ON FILE)

 2)            Black Hills Energy Annual Report for 2015. 
               (PLACED ON FILE)


PETITIONS & COMMUNICATIONS

 3)       MISCELLANEOUS REFERRALS - NONE.

                     - END CONSENT AGENDA -


PUBLIC HEARING - LIQUOR RESOLUTIONS

 4)            Application of Chhibbane Restaurant Group, LLC dba Chef
               Karim's Mediterranean Grill for a Class IK liquor license 
               at 333 North Cotner Boulevard. (ADOPTED FOR APPROVAL, 6-0; 
               A-89647)

 5)            Manager Application of Abdel-Karim Chhibbane for Chhibbane 
               Restaurant Group, LLC dba Chef Karim's Mediterranean Grill 
               at 333 North Cotner Boulevard. (ADOPTED FOR APPROVAL, 6-0; 
               A-89648)


PUBLIC HEARING - RESOLUTIONS

 6)  16R-71    Approving Jeffrey Bliemeister as Chief of Police effective 
               April 26, 2016. (ADOPTED, 6-0; A-89649)
               Fact Sheet (20K)

 7)  16R-72    Approving a Sponsorship Agreement between the University of 
               Nebraska-Lincoln and the City of Lincoln for funding of the 
               Bike Share Program in the amount of $114,000.00.  (Related 
               Items: 16R-72, 16R-73, 16R-74, 16R-75, 16R-76, 16R-77)
               (ADOPTED, 6-0; A-89650)                    
               Fact Sheet (8K)
               Attachment (3391K)

 8)  16R-73    Approving a Sponsorship Agreement between Blue Cross Blue 
               Shield of Nebraska and the City of Lincoln for funding of 
               the Bike Share Program in the amount of $19,334.00.(Related 
               Items: 16R-72, 16R-73, 16R-74, 16R-75, 16R-76, 16R-77)
               (MTA #1 ADOPTED, 6-0; ADOPTED AS AMENDED, 6-0; A-89651)
               Fact Sheet (8K)
               Attachment (141K)
               Motion To Amend (6K)
               Sub Attachment (2902K) 

 9)  16R-74    Approving a Sponsorship Agreement between Lincoln Community 
               Foundation and the City of Lincoln for funding of the Bike 
               Share Program in the amount of $80,000.00.(Related Items: 
               16R-72, 16R-73, 16R-74, 16R-75, 16R-76, 16R-77) 
               (ADOPTED, 6-0; A-89652)
               Fact Sheet (8K)
               Attachment (85K)

10)  16R-75    Approving a Sponsorship Agreement between Spreetail and the 
               City of Lincoln for funding of the Bike Share Program in the 
               amount of $160,000.00.(Related Items: 16R-72, 16R-73, 16R-74, 
               16R-75, 16R-76, 16R-77)
               (MTA #1 ADOPTED, 6-0; ADOPTED AS AMENDED, 6-0; A-89653)
               Fact Sheet (8K)
               Attachment (107K)

11)  16R-76    Adopting the Nebraska Department of Roads' Sponsorship Policy 
               for the Bike Share Project.(Related Items: 16R-72, 16R-73, 
               16R-74, 16R-75, 16R-76, 16R-77)
               (ADOPTED, 6-0; A-89654)
               Fact Sheet (8K)
               Attachment (559K)

12)  16R-77    A resolution to establish a special reserve revenue fund for
               the Bike Share Program to capture the financial activity,
               including revenues, sponsorships, donations, user fees and 
               expenses generated by additions to the Lincoln Bike Share 
               Program. (Related Items: 16R-72, 16R-73, 16R-74, 16R-75, 
               16R-76, 16R-77) (ADOPTED, 6-0; A-89655)
               Fact Sheet (8K)

13)  16R-78    Approving a Resolution of Intention to Disestablish the West 
               Haymarket/Downtown Core Management Business Improvement 
               District, the boundaries of which generally extend along the 
               exterior lines of Pinnacle Arena Drive on the west and north, 
               North 8th and 9th Streets on the east, and O and N Streets
               on the south, effective August 31, 2016.
               (ADOPTED, 6-0; A-89656)
               Fact Sheet (378K)
               Attachment (864K)

14)  16R-79    Approving a Resolution of Intention to Disestablish the West 
               Haymarket/Downtown Management Business Improvement District, 
               the boundaries of which generally extend along the exterior 
               lines of Pinnacle Arena Drive on the west and north, North 
               10th Street on the east, and Q, R and N Streets on the south, 
               effective August 31, 2016. (ADOPTED, 6-0; A-89657)
               Fact Sheet (381K)
               Attachment (864K)


PUBLIC HEARING - ORDINANCES - 2ND READING & RELATED RESOLUTIONS
        (ITEM 15 HAD 2ND HEARING)

15)  16-37     Ordinance approving a Master Tax-Exempt Lease/Purchase Agreement 
               and Property Schedule No. 1 with U.S. Bancorp Government Leasing 
               and Finance, Inc. and a related escrow agreement for grounds
               maintenance equipment in the amount of $556,864.37.
               Fact Sheet (75K)


                     - END PUBLIC HEARING -


ORDINANCES - 3RD READING & RELATED RESOLUTIONS

16)  16-34     Change of Zone 16007 - Application of Paden Daly for a change 
               of zone from R-1 Residential District to R-2 Residential District 
               on property generally located at 4811 Bradock Court. 
               (PASSED, 6-0; #20320)
               Fact Sheet (3418K)

17)  16-35     Annexation 16003 - Amending the Lincoln Corporate Limits Map 
               by annexing approximately 19.37 acres of property generally 
               located at South 33rd Street and Wilderness Hills Boulevard. 
               (Related Items: 16-35, 16-36)
               (PASSED, 6-0; #20321)
               Fact Sheet (2824K)
               Attachment (149K)

18)  16-36     Change of Zone 16009 - Application of Lincoln Federal Bancorp 
               for a change of zone from AG Agricultural District to R-3 
               Residential District on property generally located at South
               33rd Street and Wilderness Hills Boulevard.(Related Items: 
               16-35, 16-36) (PASSED, 6-0; #20322)
               Fact Sheet (2239K)


RESOLUTIONS - 1ST READING (ITEMS 19 THRU 28 HAD 1ST READING)

19)  16R-80    Approving an Interlocal Agreement between the City of Lincoln 
               and Lancaster County on behalf of Lancaster County Corrections 
               Community Service Program to conduct roadside litter pickup 
               along county roads by inmates and to provide supervision of 
               the inmates for a term of May 1, 2016 through December 31, 2016.
               Fact Sheet (7932K)
               Attachment (39699K)

20)  16R-81    Approving a Contract between the City of Lincoln and Lincoln 
               Physician Network, LLC dba Company Care for Occupational Health 
               Clinic Services on an as-needed basis, pursuant to Bid No. 
               16-033, for a four year term with the option to renew for two 
               additional one year terms. (Consent)
               Fact Sheet (6916K)
               Attachment (10871K)

21)  16R-82    Appointing Carlos Garcia and Tom Beckius to the Human Rights 
               Commission for terms expiring December 31, 2018.(Consent)
               Attachment (19318K)

22)  16R-83    Appointing Peter C. Hove to the Board of Zoning Appeals for 
               a term expiring February 1, 2021. (Consent)
               Attachment (6263K)

23)  16R-85    Reappointing Tim Francis to the Board of Zoning Appeals for 
               a term expiring February 1, 2019. (Consent)

24)  16R-86    Reappointing Dr. Michelle Petersen and Tom Randa to the Lincoln-
               Lancaster County Board of Health for terms expiring April 15, 
               2019. (Consent)

25)  16R-87    Reappointing Michael Ayars and Thomas C. Ball to the Pinnacle 
               Bank Arena Advisory Committee for terms expiring April 15, 2018. 
               (Consent)

26)  16R-88    Reappointing Bob Caldwell and Michael W. Stroup to the Pinnacle 
               Bank Arena Advisory Committee for terms expiring April 15, 2019. 
               (Consent)

27)  16R-89    Reappointing David McBride, James O'Hanlon, and Sharon Wherry to 
               the Pinnacle Bank Arena Advisory Committee for terms expiring April 
               15, 2020. (Consent)

28)  16R-90    Accepting the report of new and pending claims against the City 
               and approving disposition of claims set forth for the period of 
               April 1-15, 2016.
               Fact Sheet (30K)
               Attachment (65K)


ORDINANCES - 1ST READING & RELATED RESOLUTIONS 
    (ITEMS 29 THRU 32 HAD 1ST READING)

29)  16-38     Annexation 16005 - Amending the Lincoln Corporate Limits Map 
               by annexing approximately 22.36 acres of property generally 
               located at West Silverado Court and Highway 34.(Related Items: 
               16-38, 16-39)
               Fact Sheet (2604K)
               Attachment (14981K)

30)  16-39     Change of Zone 16013 - Application of Starostka-Lewis, LLC for 
               a change of zone from AG Agricultural District to R-3 Residential 
               District on property generally located at West Silverado Court 
               and Highway 34. (Related Items: 16-38, 16-39)
               Fact Sheet (2393K)

31)  16-40     Amending Section 9.24.110 of the Lincoln Municipal Code to allow 
               electrically charged fences to be installed for security purposes 
               in association with the use of an alarm system; and repealing
               Section 9.24.110 of the Lincoln Municipal Code as hitherto existing.
               Fact Sheet (8496K)

32)  16-41     Ordinance authorizing the City to enter into a lease-purchase 
               transaction in a principal amount of not to exceed $9,650,000 to 
               purchase and install (i) light poles and related equipment for
               the lighting of streets; (ii) fire apparatus aerial trucks and new 
               fire engines; (iii) a fire station to replace the City's existing 
               Fire Station No. 11, which is currently located on land provided 
               by the Lincoln Airport Authority; and (iv) a new roof and HVAC 
               systems for the City's Municipal Services Center located at 901 
               and 949 West Bond Street, and related matters.


PENDING LIST - DATE CERTAIN

33)  16R-69    Ordering construction of sidewalks along the west side of 48th 
               Street from Holdrege to Leighton Street where sidewalks currently 
               do not exist. (4/11/16 - Placed on Pending until 5/16/16)
               Fact Sheet (27K)


PENDING LIST - NONE


ANYONE WISHING TO ADDRESS THE COUNCIL ON A MATTER NOT ON THIS
     AGENDA, AND NOT PLANNED TO APPEAR ON A FUTURE AGENDA, MAY DO SO
     AT THE OPEN MICROPHONE SESSION.  INDIVIDUALS ARE ALLOWED A TOTAL
     OF 5 MINUTES TO SPEAK REGARDLESS OF THE NUMBER OF TOPICS. FOR
     THE MONTH OF APRIL, OPEN MICROPHONE SESSIONS WILL BE HELD ON
     APRIL 11TH & 25TH.


ADJOURNMENT    6:49 P.M.


UPCOMING HEARINGS

     Hearing date of Monday, May 2, 2016 at 3:00 p.m. on the following
     Applications:
     Countryview Studios Inc dba Art & Soul for a deletion of their
          outdoor area from their licensed premise at 5740 Hidcote Drive.
     Firethorn Golf Company LLC dba Firethorn Golf Club for an addition 
          to their licensed premise to include a second clubhouse meausring 
          83' x 175', a pool, & a tennis area measuring approx. 192' x 196' 
          at 9301 Firethorn Lane.
     Arizola Enterprises LLC dba Angry Kob for a Class C Liquor License at 
          5250 Cornhusker Highway.
     Bourbon Entertainment LLC dba Bourbon Theatre for a Class C Liquor 
          License at 1415 O Street.
     Casey's Retail Company dba Casey's General Store #2978 for reconstruction 
          of their store at 4411 North 27th Street.
     Manager Application of Jeffrey L. Hubbard for GJJRB LLC dba The Spigot at 
          1624 O Street.
     Fucor Inc dba Venue Restaurant & Lounge for a Class C Liquor License at 
          2021 Transformation Drive.
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